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A couple of thoughts - Does your multimeter have a frequency (Hz) scale? A lot of them do, and you may be able to tell if the crystal is operating by looking at your clock pin with the frequency counter setting on your meter. Also - what voltage did you read when you looked at the pin with the dimly-lit LED? Is it possible that the LED actually IS blinking, but at a rate too fast to see, so that it just appears to be lit dimly? Adjusting the flash rate, and/or the on and off times in your code may improve matters. Good luck!
Yes, my multimeter has one, but i think it is limited to 99KHz which is less than the crystal of 4MHz, can i still use it?
i am connecting my o/p pin to a 377ohms resistor and follow by a LED and a LED's led to gnd. is this correct?
edit: admin and I posted about the for loop at the same time, disregard my comment then
thanks, i had tried that but still could get her working...i had tried to put the output pin RA1 to 0, (turn off)..but the LED is still lit.seriously thinking of rewire the circuit again..
Can you post your code again, with the new delay constants, and your attempt to set it to 0?- Jon